Rustic copper flower vase with original box with the craftsman's sign but it is not unable to identify. The handle looks influenced by Art Deco style. It was the 40th anniversary gift of the company. In excellent condition. 20th century. Height:22cm Diameter:14.5cm
Bamboo basket box with a lid for papers and letters. In excellent condition except for one break in one corner. The first half of the 20th century. 22cm x 27.5cm
Chagrin d'Amour: Kusai
Size: 6.0 x 4.25 inches
Publisher: Self-published, one of a series of surimono.
Condition: Very good...
A sensha tea cup/saucer box used in the tea ceremony. Beautiful cherry wood bark veneer covers the entire surface of the box. It is in overall good condition - there are some slight scratches on the lid's cover.
Diameter: 12 3/8"
Height: 4 7/8"
Weight: 2 pounds 8 ounces
Handmade professional tool for Japanese tofu maker (seller). Made of stainless steel. Rare vintage tool of Showa period, 20th century.
approx. L 29cm (11.41in), W 11cm (4.33in), H 19cm (7.48in)
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Japanese Black Iron Tea pot or Tetsubin with impressed and cast Kanji mark signature, 8" high include handle upright, 7" wide include spout, 3" diameter on open rim, with polished metal handle with impressed design and the knob is floral bud shape. There are some rust inside the pot.
btpmze tong xianglu 3 legs seal says Xuande
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Very unique and curious motif of painting on paper, - Buddhist monk dancing on the head of skeleton playing shamisen guitar.
Signed painter's name (as 'Shunju' - lit. 'Spring and Autumn'). Scroll-ends made of wood and cervus horn (?). Vintage of Showa period, 20th century.
Attached with a substitutional wooden box (so, not perfectly fitted.). Picture: approx. 87 x 20.5cm (34.25 x 8.07in), Scroll: approx...
A pair naturally depicted horses in motion, each standing on a wooden base. Carved from grey-brownish jade. Condition: fine. Dimension: jade: c. 15 cm long x 7.2 cm high, weight: 536 g.
A Gyokusendo hand formed copper vase decorated with dragonflies enclosed in the original signed wooden box dating from the 1950s. It is 8 inches (20 cm) tall, 9 inches (22 cm) diameter and in excellent condition.
Elephants, tigers and snakes oh my! Very decorative hand woven cotton blanket from the Naga people in Burma. I bought this piece around 1997 up in Mae Sai along the Thai/Burmese border. This appears to be naturally dyed and the condition is excellent. W: 99cm/39in and L: 164cm/5.4ft
Le Nid, Coree
Date: 1940s ~ 1950s
Size: Approximately 6.0 x 4.25 inches.
Publisher: Self-published, from a series of surimono.
Condition: Very good with one piece of tape on the back at top center as shown.
Jacoulet liberally employed mica in creating the silver background of this charming subject.
Chinese Signed black Temple Rubbing of famous 3 galloping Horses on white rice paper mounted in ivory color of mat and black lacquer frame, from Xian, China, frame size-55" wide, 19 1/2" high, 1" deep in good frame condition. Buyer have the option to purchase only Temple Rubbing without frame or with frame, the shipping charges will be very different prices.
Korean Takja, display shelf, also called Etagere with 3 shelves, Brass mounted hinges, lock plates, pulls and corners, 67" high, 26" wide, 15" deep, with 4 pull out doors above 3 small drawers, one(1) large open space behind the one(1) pull down door with brass hinges on the bottom section. All the side columns are round wrapped around with Brass on every corners and joints. Purchased by American Diplomat in Korea during 1960's. The condition is good, no damages.
Taguchi Masatsugu gendaito
Mei: Hizen (no) Kuni Masatsugu Kitaeru No
Nengo: Showa Ju Kyu Nen Roku Gatsu Kichi Jitsu
Habaki: 1-piece gold wash
Sugata: shinogi zukuri katana
Hamon: Ko-Choji Midare
This sword was made by Taguchi Masatsugu (Taguchi Kiichi) a well known smith from Hizen...
Sugata: shinogi zukuri katana
$2,700 plus shipping and PayPal